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Jul 24, 2013 4:00pm EDT
make bold acquisitions, because they're able to be in the mobile. if they can get into a defensive play and take out a twitter, possibly buy a zynga for the e-commerce, buy a netflix, a perfect match, and get into the content, they'll be able to grow. so what facebook needs to do now is he went into the ipo for the big dollaring, you have to make the big acquisitions. >> no, i think making a major acquisition, especially netflix, isn't it. it's a tenth the size of facebook. monetize instagram. >> back to julia boorstin. more news on the quarter. over to you, julia. >> yeah, malia, just digging in deeper on the operating margin. the company's non-gaap operating margin, excluding share-based compensation and related payroll tax expenses, that was 44% in the second quarter compared to 43% a year ago. now, wall street analysts had been on average expecting 37%. so the margin is coming in better than expected, and that does, obviously, relate back to the eps beat. so looking at that, and in terms of some of the commentary here, they talk a lot about who they're now 1 million active adve
Jul 31, 2013 4:00pm EDT
giants. you know? offense wins games but defense wins championships. i think the stock market is going to take care of itself. i still like growth. and i think when bob was talking about a broad-based rally and value investors, i think what's happening with value investors is they were a reluctant bond holders who went looking for dividends as well as a little growth, and they found that real quickly during this month as value went the other way. there's a little risk involved there. and so, i think you'll see a shift -- and that's why i like ivw. i like large-cap growth. it's the one part of the market that i think is still undervalued. but i would pay a lot of attention to my bond portfolio, because i think the bond market did not take the head fake today from the fed. the bond market said, you know what, i'm pricing these 10-year treasuries as if we already have tapering taking place, and they're holding firm on that. >> interesting. james, let me bring in james paulson. you still buying this market, james? >> well, maria, i've been since may when we first got up to about this
Aug 1, 2013 4:00pm EDT
two taped testimonies afterwards. the defense felt their client had done such a strong job on the stand, convincing jurors he was there to tell the truth and clear his name, they decided ton call any other witnesses. and mr. tourre and his team had no comment. maria, back to you. >> thank you very much. mary thompson outside the courthouse tonight. odds are you will find more than a few products made by this 100-year-old company. up next, we are talking to the boss of clorox. ceo of clorox. plus his fight for the oakland a's. then are all of the other billionaires picking on bill ackman? it might seem like that. we will get to the bottom of the billionaire battle and what happened at jc penney. and we will talk with bob benmosc benmosche, minutes after his firm releases its earnings. sounds like a really good deal. jake from state farm at three in the morning. who is this? it's jake from state farm. what are you wearing, jake from state farm? [ jake ] uh... khakis. she sounds hideous. well she's a guy, so... [ male announcer ] another reason more people stay with state farm. get t
Jul 29, 2013 4:00pm EDT
, well, michael is a former prosecutor, now white collar criminal defense attorney. we have don steinbrook, a managing member at agecraft, and also cnbc's own robert frank. guys, where do you even begin with this story? don, perhaps we'll start with you. obviously, this party was for a good cause. but at some point, when is it just become tone deaf to do something like this? >> you know, i think it's not good public relations for steve cohen, but i think as far as s.a.c. goes, it's completely irrelevant. i don't think it will have any impact on the d.a., how they approach this case. i think given where the firm is, they're not able to raise any money currently, so it won't reduce the marketability of the fund. i think as far as investors that are still with the fund, i think this party's not going to have any impact on whether they decide to stay or leave. >> michael, maybe it doesn't have that big of an impact that way, but is there an issue with this party? i mean, let's assume it was some longstanding thing, if it was, in fact, for charity. does it even matter? >> well, if it
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